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Branches

Last Updated 2018/03/19

Parkland Regional Library Branch Locations Birch River Birtle Bowsman Dauphin Eriksdale Erickson Foxwarren Gilbert Plains Gladstone Grandview Hamiota Langruth McCreary Minitonas Ochre River   Roblin Rossburn St. Lazare Ste. Rose Shoal Lake Siglunes Strathclair Winnipegosis


About Us

Last Updated 2018/08/10

Parkland Regional Library The Parkland Regional Library Service originated in 1970 as a library demonstration project funded and administered by the Province of Manitoba. The terms of reference for the experimental project were to test ways and means to provide efficient yet effective library service to rural Manitobans. In fulfilling its mandate the project brought


Volunteering Information

Last Updated 2013/10/15

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Annual Report

Last Updated 2021/02/12

Click on the link  below to see Parkland Regional Library Annual Report for 2019 (Adobe Reader required, get it here): PRL Annual Report 2020   Previous years: Annual Report 2019 Annual Report 2018 Dauphin Public Library Reports: DPL Annual Report 2020  


Contact Us

Last Updated 2018/08/23

  Parkland Regional Library – Business Office 504 Main Street North Dauphin, MB  R7N 1C9 204-638-6410 Toll-Free:  1-866-638-6410 prlhq@parklandlib.mb.ca   Click here for branch hours and contact information.


Library Donations Policy

Last Updated 2018/07/31

The Parkland Regional Library will accept donations of books on the condition that the library has the right to use the donations in the manner it deems in the best interest of the library as a whole. Therefore, donations may be (a) kept by the library system, (b) turned over to organizations holding book sales,


Library Information

Last Updated 2018/08/15

Parkland Regional Library The Parkland Regional Library Service originated in 1970 as a library demonstration project funded and administered by the Province of Manitoba. The terms of reference for the experimental project were to test ways and means to provide efficient yet effective library service to rural Manitobans. In fulfilling its mandate the project brought